Grill a Pizza? KettlePizza Says Yes, You Can! Beth Snyder July 19, 2013 As you are certainly aware, unless you live in the Southern Hemisphere or perhaps under a rock, a fair portion of the world is experiencing record high heat once again this summer. If you don’t have air conditioning, or even if you do, figuring out what to make for dinner is often a challenge. Me, I do the Southern thing, where I cook a bunch of food after midnight that can be eaten cold whenever someone wants to. A lot of people tend to grill (barbecue, whatever you call it where you are), which is also a darn fine option. But what about those of you who really, really like pizza? Sure, you can order delivery, but that gets pricey, especially if you normally make your own. However, with the heat wave, there is simply no conceivable way you’re turning on your oven. Delivery it is. Or…is it? Turns out there’s this neat gadget that allows you to bake a pizza on your kettle-shaped charcoal grill. Whether you have a Weber or some other brand, KettlePizza will fit. And then you’re well on your way to enjoying your favourite tasty treat without adding exponentially to the temperature of your house. KettlePizza will fit 18.5 or 22.5? charcoal grills, and is made of stainless steel. All you do is set it on top of your grill and close the lid, then slide your pizza through the slot on the included aluminum tray, and in short order your charcoal-fired pizza is ready to get in your belly. You can even use it to make bread! The sleeve has wooden handles for easy removal, and an attached thermometer so you can ensure your pizza cooks at the proper temperature. Of course, as with all the gadgets I think I need, this one isn’t very cheap. You can pick up a KettlePizza kit for about $145.00 US. Source: Craziest Gadgets Share This With The World!